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Just in case you were holding on for a Sam Neill cameo in the upcoming Jurassic World, it’s looking pretty unlikely.
During the coverage of Tiger Woods’ infidelities, the West became hooked on the news and current affairs cartoons of Next Media Animation. Now they’re mucking about with CG dinosaurs for a Jurassic World trailer.
Phil Tippett is an alum of Jurassic Park’s dinos as well as The Empire Strikes Back’s AT-ATs and Tauntauns, Robocop’s ED-209 and Dragonslayer’s Vermithrax Pejorative.
One of our West Coast correspondents, Michele Brittany, writes and snaps these photos from Long Beach Comic Con: One of the benefits of the Long Beach Convention Center is its trademark promenade lining the length of the front entrance where …
If you’re of the opinion that his hipster ilk should be eaten by giant prehistoric monsters, you could be in luck.
Superman, Jurassic Park and Harry Potter and more feature in this half-time show.
I have no idea what’s going on here but it at least looks like something interesting.
Rumours persist that Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World will be set in a rebranded and fully open Jurassic theme park.
It’s not for the new movie, despite what you may have heard.
Well, I don’t know about Krasinski but I can at least substantiate the bit about the new film having scenes in a functional Jurassic Park.
The hardcore dinophiles at the Jurassic Park Podcast probably can’t believe their luck, this week having had Colin Trevorrow join them for a Q&A.
Here’s hoping that the quality of the films isn’t in anyway throttled by the need to compete.
Colin Trevorrow will direct, from a script he’s written with Derek Connolly, after a draft by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver.
What does it mean if Jurassic Park is rebooted? Actually, before we get to that, what does it mean if an actor says they think it’s going to be rebooted?
It’s official. Here’s Universal’s statement on the frozen-in-amber Jurassic Park sequel.
Films are often frozen in the late stages of development, and for all sorts of reasons. Maybe it’s not typically the big budget tentpoles, but it does happen with those too.
Neither of the previous two sequels took us back to Nublar, but skipped over to Site B, Isla Sorna. Well, enough of that. Let’s go back to the source.
Can you believe it’s been 20 years since the release of Jurassic Park? Thought not. To be in 2013 and discussing the upcoming release of Jurassic Park IV seems utterly insane, but also pretty damn exciting.